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These Regulations implement provisions of the Land Control Act with respect to (an application for) consent to a controlled transaction, to (an application for) exemption under section 24 of the Act and an appeal to the central land control appeals board or a provincial land control appeals board. The application for consent to a controlled transaction shall be in Form 1 in the Schedule. Every application for approval to a subdivision of land shall be accompanied by: (a) a suitable plan on durable material showing the manner of subdivision, the means of access to each subdivision and, very approximately, any existing permanent development; and (b) a statement in writing of the water supply which is available for the subdivisions and the use to which the subdivisions are proposed to be put. The Schedule contains forms.

Implements: Land Control Act (Cap. 302). (2008)
Amended by: Land Control (Amendment) Regulations, 2001 (L.N. No. 180 of 2001). (2001-12-14)
Amended by: Land Control (Amendment) Regulations, 2008 (L.N. No. 49 of 2008). (2008-05-02)
Amended by: Land Control (Amendment) Regulations, 2010 (L.N. No. 3 of 2010). (2010-01-14)

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